What do you know now that you wish you'd know earlier? Give an hour of your time each month to share your experience with a student pursuing a similar area of interest.
Your expertise could help students prepare to find a job when they leave University, by reviewing CVs and applications, giving information and advice about their chosen career, helping them to identify potential careers, encouraging them to source work experience and internships and being a general source of support and guidance.
Ideally, you will be able to meet your student mentee at least once face-to-face during the scheme, but we have had successful mentoring partnerships with international mentors too. Mentoring can also take place by phone, email and Skype. The mentoring scheme runs each year from November until the following summer.
You do not have to have mentored before or reached the ‘top’ of your career to be able to be a mentor and we are also keen to hear from young alumni. You will only be matched to a student where relevant and we provide guidance and support on the mentoring process.
If you are interested in mentoring a student, please email email@example.com with a brief summary of your career area.
For information, visit the Careers Network Mentoring Scheme website.